Full Name:
Lynn Greer
Position:
Guard
College:
Temple
Height:
6-2
Weight:
175
High School:
Engineering & Science HS (Philadelphia)
Birthdate:
October 23, 1979
Birthplace:
Philadelphia, Pa.

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
Named Honorable Mention All-America by The Associated Press as a senior.
Ranks second on Templeís career scoring list with 2,099 points, trailing only former NBA player Mark Macon.
Templeís all-time leader in three-point field goals made (305).
Voted the Big Fiveís Outstanding Player of the Year as a fifth-year senior.
Was a John R. Wooden Award Finalist as well as a Naismith Player of the Year Candidate.
Two-time All-Atlantic-10 First Team selection.
Member of the 2001 USA Basketball Menís World University Games team that won a bronze medal.
Granted a medical redshirt for the 1998-99 season after suffering a broken left orbital bone.

AT TEMPLE
As a senior, led the Atlantic 10 in scoring (23.2 ppg, sixth in nation).
Became the first Temple player in nearly 50 years to score 40 points twice in a season, scoring a career-high 47 points (third-highest in school history) at Wisconsin and 43 vs. Fordham.
Was named the Big Five Player of the Week four times.
Broke Hal Learís 47-year old record by going 18-for-18 from the free throw line en route to 34 points vs. St. Josephís.
Topped the 20-point mark 20 times.
Eclipsed the 30-point mark six times.
Scored 37 points vs. Fresno State. Had 31 points at Dayton.
Scored 27 points vs. eventual national champion Maryland.

As a junior, led the team in scoring (18.2 ppg), free throws made (164) and attempted (189), free throw percentage (86.8%, 21st in nation), assists (5.5 apg) and steals (2.0 spg).
Led the A-10 in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.62).
Led the team in scoring in 17 times.
Topped the 20-point mark 13 times.
Led nation in minutes played with 1,465 of a possible 1,490.
Became the 10th player in school history to score 600 or more points in a single season.
Had a streak of 49 consecutive free throws made.
Was a two-time Big Five Player of the Week.
Scored a season-high 30 points against Xavier.

As a sophomore, finished third on the team in scoring (12.3 ppg), coming off the bench.
Connected on 40 percent of three-point attempts, fourth in the A-10.
Led team in free-throw percentage (81.7%).
Named Sixth Man of the Year in A-10.
Scored a season-high 25 points against Indiana.

As a freshman in 1997-98, ranked 14th in the nation in three-point field goal percentage (47.2%), which led the team.
Appeared in all 30 games and averaged 7.0 points.
Scored a season-high 20 points vs. Maryland.

STATISTICS
SEASON G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
1997-98 30 1 69 182 .379 50 62 .806 33 33 23 4 238 7.9
1998-99 6 0 19 50 .380 13 17 .765 9 8 10 0 61 10.2
1999-00 33 8 135 321 .421 67 82 .817 85 64 36 2 406 12.3
2000-01 37 37 215 536 .401 164 189 .868 132 202 75 4 675 18.2
2001-02 31 31 226 560 .404 172 197 .873 95 130 52 5 719 23.2
TOTALS 137 77 664 1649 .403 466 547 .852 356 437 196 15 2099 15.3
Three-point field goals: 1997-98, 50-for-106 (.472); 1998-99, 10-for-28 (.357); 1999-00, 69-for-172 (.401); 2000-01, 81-for-214 (.379); 2001-02, 95-for-246 (.386). Totals, 305-for-766 (.398).